|ID||Status||Assignee||Severity||Version||Summary (6 tasks) ⇒|
2809 Incorrect Target Build for MeeGo 1.2 release. Put correct one!
|REOPENED||sabotage||enhancement||1.2||[FEA] Dialer application mute incoming call ringtone|
8148 Sorry, bug is modified by mistake. Moving to reopen.
|REOPENED||sabotage||enhancement||1.2||[FEA] Emergency Calls without dedicated number|
6092 Features are using enhancement severity...
|NEW||samipienimaki||enhancement||unspecified||[FEA] Provive Alternate Line Service Support|
|NEW||samipienimaki||enhancement||unspecified||[FEA] [L10N] Dialer shall be translated into the POR languages as listed in Core Master #5068.|
BUILD IMAGE: http://repository.maemo.org/meego/n900-de/daily/22.214.171.124.5.20110621.5.DE.2011-06-23.1/images/mg-handset-armv7nhl-n900-ce-testing/mg-handset-armv7nhl-n900-ce-testing-126.96.36.199.5.20110621.5.DE.2011-06-23.1-mmcblk0p.raw.bz2
HARDWARE MODEL: Nokia N900
BUG DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS
EXTRA SOFTWARE INSTALLED:
|NEW||samipienimaki||normal||1.2||[FEA] [CE] Unable to clear call history in Dialer|
(In reply to comment #3) > The functionality will be operator specific, current understanding is that > there won't be anything Dialer UI specific to be implemented for USSD. > > Feature to be removed in Change Management. Ongoing.Removing from Handset UX spec as agreed in 1.1 change management Sept 23. This was mistakenly set to 1.2.
|REOPENED||samipienimaki||enhancement||unspecified||[FEA] Dialer application support for Unstructured Supplementary Services Data (USSD)|
Download deb files:
Get alien tarball:
tar zxvf alien_8.81.tar.gz
Install stuff to build alien:
sudo zypper install binutils make rpm-build perl-ExtUtils-MakeMaker
(there may be other dependencies, but these are the ones I needed)
Build and install alien:
perl Makefile.PL; make; sudo make install
Convert Spotify debs to rpms:
sudo /usr/local/bin/alien -r spotify-client-gnome-support_0.4.6.50.g0aa5286-1_all.deb
sudo /usr/local/bin/alien -r spotify-client-qt_0.4.6_i386.deb
Install Spotify RPMs (ignoring errors):
sudo rpm -i --nodeps spotify-client*.rpm
Run it! (you need a Premium account at the moment)
(based on a list provided by Bob Spencer)
These are suggestions for component-based tutorials
These are aimed at platform developers who want to work below the level of app developers (e.g. add a new panel to MeeGo netbook, integrate with the MeeGo desktop better, use Mx or Clutter directly).
So they cover libraries and services which don't have Qt wrappers and which are unlikely to get them, but which are core to MeeGo.
DBus is core here, as it's used for IPC on MeeGo but isn't explained very well anywhere.
Tracker is another area which needs documentation. It may be documented elsewhere, but not in the MeeGo context much.
libsocialweb is important for netbook, but doesn't seem to be core across verticals. It is barely documented.
Clutter has some decent documentation, but Mx has the bare minimum, with some parts of the API being largely undocumented (like MxOffscreen).
What's very often lacking is task-oriented "how" documentation at the application level: how do I create a window? how do I animate an application between two states? how do integrate with the desktop and menu system?
Which host OS can I develop on? Linux? Mac? Windows?
Which languages can I use?
Do I have to develop on the device, or will webapps work?
Support for 3D graphics?
How do you structure a MeeGo app? What is it going to have in it? Objects? Functions? Resources? Graphics? Where do they all go?
How does my application fit into the lifecycle of the device? Power up, power down, cleaning up after itself
What's already on a MeeGo device (libraries, applications, services)? What's running on it by default? How can I make use of it? How can I start my own background services?
Are there any security considerations? e.g. the effective user, default file permissions?
How do I install my application once I've written it? Package formats? Are there public repositories I can use? Can I set up my own repository? How do I deploy manually?
(half-inched from http://library.gnome.org/devel/platform-overview/stable/; MeeGo has nothing like this yet)
Elliot: My apologies, you are quite right.